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Kim Kardashian is being accused of a Photoshop fail after sharing a new photo of herself in a bikini to social media.
On Saturday, the 40-year-old shared a photo of herself perched on a tree wearing a black bikini and sunglasses to her more than 219 million followers.
"MAYDAY!" she captioned the post, which quickly garnered more than 2 million likes.
Despite looking beach ready, fans were quick to accuse the star of poorly editing her sultry photo. Many followers were quick to point out that the "Keeping Up With the Kardashians" star appears to only have four toes on her right foot.
Others pointed out that one of the straps around the waist of her bikini doesn't look like it's connected to anything.
"Is anyone going to talk about how her bikini string doesn't connect?" one person commented, dubbing Kardashian the "Queen of Photoshop."
"What's going on with your foot?" another asked.
"Kim, four toes? Really?" commented another follower. "When will you and your family stop Photoshopping yourselves to set this wildly unrealistic beauty standard for all the young girls who look up to you? Just be authentically you. You're just as beautiful without trying so damn hard to flex on Instagram."
While many were convinced that the star's "missing" toe was the result of an editing job gone wrong, other fans jumped to her defense, arguing that the fifth toe is not missing — simply out of the shot due to perspective.
"There are five toes in the picture," one person said. "The little one has sand on it and is slightly over the fourth."
"I do not see any evidence of Photoshop here," another wrote. "Her fifth toe is clearly just being covered by her other toe that's covered in sand. Y'all are reaching."
The Kardashians are no strangers to allegations of over-editing their photos. Just last month, Khloé Kardashian was forced to defend her use of editing apps after an unedited photo of herself in a bikini was leaked on social media without her permission.
She took to Instagram with a statement, and a video of herself proving what her body looks like in real life. "PS: Yes I did a live to show you all this isn’t Photoshopped," she captioned it.
"The photo that was posted this week was beautiful," Khloé said in a statement. "But as someone who has struggled with body image her whole life, when someone takes a photo of you that isn't flattering in bad lighting or doesn't capture your body the way it is after working to hard to get it to this point — and then shares it to the world — you should have every right to ask for it not to be shared — no matter who you are."